6 Quick Tips to Shiny "Glass" Hair

Glass hair is THE trend.  And it's a universal symbol of beauty and confidence.

6 quick tips to get you on the road to hair so shiny, it's glassy!

Shampoo and Conditioners that fight frizz

The foundation of smooth hair starts with your choice of hair products. Opt for shampoos and conditioners specially designed to combat frizz, add moisture, and protect against damage. Avoid products with harsh sulfates and choose sulfate-free options to prevent hair from drying out.

Regular Trims

Split ends and damaged hair are the enemies of smooth hair. Schedule regular trims with your stylist to maintain the health and smoothness of your hair. A trim every 6-8 weeks will prevent split ends and keep your hair looking its best.

Cool Water Rinse

After washing your hair, rinse it with cool water. This simple step helps seal the hair cuticle, reducing frizz and promoting smoothness. Avoid using hot water, as it can make your hair dry and brittle.

Weekly Deep Conditioning Treatments

Incorporate deep conditioning treatments into your hair care routine at least once a week. Deep conditioners provide intense hydration, making your hair more manageable and smoother. You can use store-bought deep conditioners or make your own DIY treatments using natural ingredients like coconut oil, avocado, or honey.

Limiting Heat Styling & Using a heat protectant 

While heat styling tools can help you achieve sleek styles, overuse can lead to damage. Head gets rid of moisture...and moisture is what drives the SHINE. Embrace your natural hair texture whenever possible and limit the use of hot tools to reduce the risk of frizz and breakage.

Drink your Water, Take your Vitamins

The health of your hair is closely linked to your overall well-being. A balanced diet rich in vitamins and minerals, especially biotin, vitamin E, and omega-3 fatty acids, can contribute to smoother, shinier hair. Staying hydrated by drinking enough water is equally important.

Consistency is key, guys. Go get 'em.  :)

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